Class 4 Adaptation – How animals survive Q & A

Class 4 Adaptation – How animals survive

Class 4 Adaptation – How animals survive , adaptation in animals class 4 questions and answers……………..


Fill in the Blanks

  1. The hard outer covering of insects is made up of ………
  2. Animals with backbones are called …………….
  3. …………….. feed on the flesh of Dead animals
  4. Chameleon can trick its Enemies by ……………..
  5. The body of an insect is divided into ……….. parts
  6. Animals that live on land or known as …………. animals
  7. …………….. animals have sharp claws to climb on trees
  8. …………….. live on or inside their host body


Answer of Fill in the blanks

  1. Chitin
  2. Vertebrates
  3. Scavengers
  4. Camouflaging
  5. Three
  6. Terrestrial
  7. Arboreal
  8. Parasites


Short Answer Questions


Give two examples of Invertebrates

Cockroach And Spider


Give two examples of Animals that hibernate

Bear And Frog


Give two examples of Amphibians

Frog And Toad


Give two examples of Scavengers

Vulture And Hyena


Give two examples of Parasites

Lice And Roundworm


Write one word for the following


  1. The thick layer of fat under the skin of some animals to keep their body warm…………
  2. Animals that have a long summer sleep…………..
  3. Animals that take long winter sleep ………..
  4. Animals that live mostly on trees ………..
  5. Animals that derive their nutrition by sucking blood of their host……


Answers of one word


  1. Blubber
  2. Aestivation
  3. Hibernation
  4. Arboreal
  5. Parasites

Answer the following question


Q. – What do you mean by adaptation?

Adaptation refers to the ability to adapt to changes in the environment in order to survive.


Q. – What are invertebrates give any two examples?

Invertebrates are animals that do not have a backbone. Examples are cockroaches and worms.


Q. – What are vertebrates give any two example?

Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone. Examples are fish and reptiles.


Q. – What are cold blooded animals give any two examples?

Cold blooded animals are those whose body temperature changes in response to changes in the temperature of their surroundings. Reptiles, amphibians, and fish are examples.


Q. – In how many groups vertebrates can be divided?

Vertebrates are classified into five classes.Fish, reptiles, birds, and mammals


Q. – What are amphibians?

Frogs and newts are examples of animals that can live on land and in water and can breathe through their skin as well as their lungs.



Q. – What are reptiles? Where do they live?

Reptiles are animals that live mostly on land, have scaly skin, and reproduce by laying eggs. Lizards, snakes, and crocodiles are examples of reptiles.


Q. – What are mammals?

Mammals are a group of animals who give birth to babies and have hair on their bodies. They are also known as warm blooded animals because their body temperature remains constant despite changes in their environment’s temperature. Cows, dogs, cats, and elephants are examples of mammals.


Q. – Where animals live?

Animals can live everywhere. Some animals can live on land, in trees, in the air, and in water, while others can live on both land and water.


Q. – What are Terrestrial animals?

Terrestrial animals are animals that live on land and have characteristics that make them suitable for life on land.


Q. – What are aquatic animals?

Aquatic species are those who live in water and breathe through their gills, except whales and dolphins, who breathe through their lungs.


Q. – What are amphibians?

Amphibians are creatures who can survive on both land and water. They have webbed feet that help them float in water.


Q. – What are arboreal animals?

Animals who live mostly on trees are referred to as arboreal animals; a monkey is an example of an arboreal animal.


Q. – What are aerial animals?

Aerial animals are animals who can fly and spend a lot of time in the air. Some animals have hollow bones that make their bodies light.


Q. – What is migration?

Migration refers to the mass movement of birds from a colder area to a warmer place.


Q. – What is hibernation?

Hibernation refers to certain animals’ inactivity or winter sleep during the winter months.


Q. – What is Aestivation?

Aestivation refers to the slowing down of movement or long sleep by certain animals during the hot summer months.


Q. – What is extinct animals?

Animals that have already vanished from the earth are called extinct animals


Q. – What is endangered animals?

Endangered animals that are in danger of becoming extinct are called and injured animals 





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